This team of four gave an introduction to the new AgritourismSD program being coordinated by SDSU Extension and the Dept. of Tourism on Monday at Timber Lake. FRONT: Robin Bickel of Firesteel, recently hired as the Agritourism coach for the Timber Lake area; Peggy Schlechter, Vitality Field…
Missouri Breaks Industries Research at Eagle Butte has begun enrolling people in a clinical trial of a new COVID-19 prevention vaccine, NVX-CoV2373. As of last week, 50 people had enrolled. The announcement was made last week after the CRST Tribal Council gave approval for the research study. “We…
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe has levied a $250 fine against the Timber Lake School District for violating the Tribe’s mandatory face mask order, Supt. Dan Martin reported at the school board meeting on Monday, Jan. 11. Under tribal resolution, face masks are required in all businesses and public…
Both the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST) and the South Dakota Dept. of Health this week provided details on the expected availability of COVID-19 vaccines as well as what portion of the population will be given priority to receive them. According to the S.D. Dept. of Health, frontline healthcare…
The Timber Lake City Board met Monday, January 11. The board reviewed reports from Clark Engineering on the water and wastewater studies they recently completed, approved wages for 2021, approved a list of surplus property to be sold, and decided to continue advertising for a custodian. Watch for…
Due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 18, government offices, banks and post offices will be closed. Timber Lake School will be closed but most local businesses will be open. Students will have no school on Friday, January 15 but teachers will have a day of in-service, making a four…
Holy Cross Church at Timber Lake, St. Mary’s at Isabel and Holy Rosary at Trail City raffled off two donated vehicles to raise funds for the churches. The winner of the 2005 Lincoln LS was Jason Fischer of Eagle Butte and the winner of the 1999 Suburban was Dan Assman of Isabel.
Our U.S. Constitution was tested this week. As most of South Dakota now knows, on January 6, I voted to uphold the 2020 election results that were certified, recounted, and audited from various states across the nation. Like many South Dakotans, I am frustrated with how certain states handle…
Words matter. Fellow Americans and the rest of the world watched as President Trump called for the large group of his supporters to “walk to the capitol” after implanting the thoughts of “You will never take back our country with weakness. We will never give up. We will never concede. We will not…
The Ziebach County Historical Society is seeking nominations for the 2020 Historian of the Year. Letters of nomination can be submitted to the Ziebach County Historical Society Board by mail at PO Box 452, Dupree, SD 57623, e-mailed to thezchs@hotmail.com or given to one of the board members.…
A blood drive will be held in Dupree on Tuesday, January 19 at the Catholic Church hall. The first appointments are at 2:30 p.m. and the last at 5:30 p.m. The Covid pandemic has created a crucial need for blood. All CDC guidelines are followed and it is safe to make a donation. If you have had…
Missouri Breaks Industries Research at Eagle Butte has begun enrolling people in a clinical trial…
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe has levied a $250 fine against the Timber Lake School District for…
Both the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST) and the South Dakota Dept. of Health this week provided…
This team of four gave an introduction to the new AgritourismSD program being coordinated by SDSU Extension and the Dept. of Tourism on Monday at Timber Lake. FRONT: Robin Bickel of Firesteel, recently hired as the Agritourism coach for the Timber Lake area; Peggy Schlechter, Vitality Field Specialist with SDSU Extension; BACK: Jaycee Ellsworth, S.D. Dept. of Tourism; and Stacy Hadrick, SDSU Extension Coordinator.
Thank for the yummy and generous Christmas gifts I received. I’m truly blessed to be a part of this community! I was also surprised by the Secret Santa who…
Due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 18, government offices, banks and post offices will be closed. Timber Lake School will be closed but most…
Timber Lake School will host the seven schools at the Regional One-Act Play Contest on Wednesday, January 20. Schools expected to present their serious one-…
Four Faith players hit double figures and the Longhorns went 13-for-15 at the charity stripe to get past the Timber Lake Panthers 56-47 in Little Moreau…
Gracen Hansen dribbles up the court. Tell Murray plays defense. Gavin Farlee makes a layup. Cindy Hoyt looks to make a pass. Kenlea Heck watches for an…
Four Timber Lake players hit double figures and the Lady Panthers outscored Lyman 18-6 in the final quarter to walk away with a 63-51 win over the Raider girls…
Words matter. Fellow Americans and the rest of the world watched as President Trump called for the large group of his supporters to “walk to the capitol” after…
Our U.S. Constitution was tested this week. As most of South Dakota now knows, on January 6, I voted to uphold the 2020 election results that were certified,…
The South Dakota legislature will convene for its annual session in only twelve days, and from a distance, it doesn’t appear as if it’s ready for this mid-…
Michael Pat Mackey was born January 27, 1953 and passed away January 3, 2021 in Rapid City. A memorial service was held January 9, 2021 at Kirk Funeral Home…
Steven C. Emery (“Mato Tanka”) was born November 14, 1958 in Buffalo, NY to Carol Leone Emery and Clarendon Van Norman. He made his journey to the Spirit…
Wyatt Olvera, 27, of Dupree entered the Spirit World on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at the Sanford Medical Center at Bismarck, ND. Funeral arrangements have…